NC State ranked No. 1 in the Southeast for both undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship education programs and came in at No. 15 in both lists of Top 50 Undergraduate Schools and Top 50 Graduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies in the nation for 2022.
PAWR Program Announces Launch of AERPAW Testbed for Advanced Research on Wireless Connectivity and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
The Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) Project Office announces general availability of the AERPAW wireless testbed for network communications and unmanned aerial systems (UAS) research.
Growing up in a blue-collar family in eastern North Carolina, Maurice Partin thinks his parents knew the only way he’d get to college was with a scholarship. And now he’s helping first-gen college students follow in his path.
Nine years in, the Center for Advanced Self-Powered Systems of Integrated Sensors and Technologies (ASSIST) has continued to lead the way in developing flexible, self-powering and wearable devices that will help both physicians and patients in monitoring human health across fields.
A new process uses existing techniques to make more efficient LEDs and lasers.
At an induction ceremony on October 22, 2021, 9 members of the sixth class of inductees were honored and joined the ranks of the 95 members of the ECE Alumni Hall of Fame, out of over 16,000 alumni.
Why this NC State project could accelerate drone entrepreneurshipNovember 10, 2021 | Triange Business Journal
Entrepreneurs looking to monetize 5G networks “and beyond” have a new tool thanks to a national effort spearheaded by a research team at North Carolina State University. AERPAW, a project designed to accelerate the integration of unmanned aerial systems – also known as drones – is now generally available, a development officials say could give Triangle companies the upper hand.
NCSU scientists develop process to make lasers, LEDs more efficientOctober 26, 2021 | WRAL Tech Wire
NC State researchers find security vulnerabilities with some older iPhonesSeptember 14, 2021 | WNCN
As one of only two institutions to be home to two concurrent NSF Engineering Research Centers, one of three NSF Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research Initiatives, the home of the Department of Energy’s PowerAmerica institute, and leaders in the only North America IBM Quantum Hub, we are ranked among the top academic units engaged in scientific research in the United States.